Quoted from dothedoo:
Or.... "I've had so many people respond I'm taking best offer."
Let the auction begin.
Right?!! It's ridiculous...to the point where it seems a lot of folks now are listing games at $100 or $200, and then just seeing how high it will climb with offers. A waste of time for the first few people that rush to contact them or those of us always on the lookout (cough...Ryan...LOL). Guilty myself as well
People aren't bothering to stick with a "great deal price", or even really trying to choose a decent price for hobbyists. It's the market boys and girls...it jumps up and down, and right now it seems to be on an upswing again, unfortunately. When you see two Williams Flash pins sell for $800+ in good condition, that's definitely a sign of pinflation.
But as everyone says, not trying to taint this thread with negativity. Sorry Pecos. Just missed out on two games this week listed for a good price, then the seller asked if I could do better than another offer they had received (after I was already scheduled to come look at and probably buy the game). Lost out on both games.
There's always tomorrow....or I can just get all the pins I have working 100% finally. LOL